tykes post third consecutive shutout with 68-0 win over
Cumberland Panthers running back Fabrice Mukendi
bursts across the line of scimmage on his
way to his second touchdown of the game against
the West Carleton Wolverines on Saturday.
four of the National Capital Amateur Football Association
season is in the books and the Cumberland Panthers tyke
team has yet to be scored upon after posting their third
consecutive shutout on Saturday.
Panthers demonstrated once again why they are the team
to beat in the East Division as their high octane offence
scored 68 points for the second game in a row and their
defence kept the Wolverines completely under wraps.
scored on all six of their possessions in the first half
to pile up a 40-0 lead at the half. After scoring on their
first two possessions in the third quarter they started
substituting their second and third stringers into the
dynaimic backfield of Fabrice Mukendi and Markaedyn Nelson
scored two touchdowns each in the first half and quarterback
Christian Vielleux threw a pair of touchdowns to Mukendi
and wide receiver Joshua Ruby
Buckley and Carter Bennett added a pair of touchdowns
in the third quarter after Zachary Charbonneau retuned
an imterception for a major to give the Panthers a 46-0
lead. Vielleux capped the scoring with a one yard plunge
in the fourth.
Panthers are averaging over 50 points a game and likely
won't be challenged when they visit the North Gloucester
Giants next weekend. The Giants are 1-2 with their only
victory coming over the hapless and winless East Ottawa
rest of the schedule is fairly light as well, and unless
they suffer a monumental let down they should run the
board and keep their undefeated record intact heading
into the playoffs.
the A-Cup finals slated for Millennium Park this season,
the Panthers are hoping to ride home field advantage all
the way to a championship.
10:30 p.m., Sept. 16)
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